More like a mansion from days gone by, Villa Lenka lies in Lucca, Italy, and provides a great getaway in the heart of Tuscany for 14 guests. The countryside location was built in 1624 as the summer residence of Count Cosimo Bernardini surrounded by the wider region that is known for its villas, gardens, and the rich history held there.
Villa Lenka sits on a manicured piece of property that is dotted with citrus and herb gardens, ponds, brooks, and large cypress trees. Inside, guests enjoy a classically styled interior with terracotta floors, library, and high up, painted ceilings.
There are seven bedrooms to accommodate guests here with an array of king, queen, and single beds. Additional rooms include a wine cellar, card room, kitchen, TV, wood-burning oven, and indoor fireplace made nice with Wi-Fi, A/C, parking, and SAT television.
Outdoor amenities include a pool, dining area, pond, gazebo, garden, and tennis area with personal chef. The lovely Viareggio Beach, and Spiaggia Attrezzata Forte Dei Marmi Beaches are about 30 minute drives away, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa is just 20 minutes away. Explore and enjoy the Italian countryside, Italian history, and architecture in Villa Lenka. Learn more.